INVESTIGATION OF FOAMING CAPACITY OF DIFFERENT WASHING SOAP
Pradnya B. Bhatane, Yogesh Harangule, Nandkishor B. Bavage, Vidyasagar Gali, Shyamlila B. Bavage
Foam, Detergent, soap, chemicals
Aim is To investigate foaming capacity of different washing soap and effect of addition of sodium carbonate on them. Soaps and detergents are cleaning ingredients that are able to remove oil particles from surfaces because of their unique chemical properties. Soaps are created by the chemical reaction of a jetty acid with on alkali metal hydroxide. In a chemical sense soap is a salt made up of a corboxylix acid and an alkali like sodium of potassium. The cleaning action of soap and detergents is a result of thrill, ability to surround oil particles on a surface and disperse it in water.